Records of the Office of War Information. 1926 - 1951. Motion Picture Films from "War Pictorial News" Newsreels. 1943 - 1945. WAR PICTORIAL NEWS, NO. 162 [JUNE 12]

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Records of the Office of War Information. 1926 - 1951. Motion Picture Films from "War Pictorial News" Newsreels. 1943 - 1945. WAR PICTORIAL NEWS, NO. 162 [JUNE 12]

Records of the Office of War Information. 1926 - 1951. Motion Picture Films from "War Pictorial News" Newsreels. 1943 - 1945. WAR PICTORIAL NEWS, NO. 162 [JUNE 12]

1944

RAF pilots posing during World War I; Lenin speaking; Russian Cossacks riding; Nazi bombers in flight; explosions, ruins, and corpses in Warsaw; the troop evacuation of Dunkirk; Hitler and Goebbels reviewing troops in Paris; ruins in London; Brit. tanks and inf. advancing over the libyan desert; masses of Ital. prisoners; Nazi tanks advancing in Russia under air cover; Brit. commandos striking Lofoten Island in assault boats; explosions at Spitsbergen; Nazi prisoners surrendering at Vagaso; Brit. antiaircraft on Malta firing at Nazi planes; Hirohito reviewing Japanese troops; Japanese bombers striking Pearl Harbor; debris being removed from the harbor; burning U.S. warships; Gen. MacArthur speaking in Australia; U.S. troops advancing in New Guinea's mud; U.S. ships bombarding Midway Island; supplies being dropped by parachute on New Guinea; a U.S. carrier under kamikaze attack; Gen. Montgomery and Brit. tanks entering Tripoli; U.S. and Brit. soldiers going ashore on Sicily; Nazi troops parading in Paris; a Nazi meeting in the city; and an assembly of the F.F.I. in a forest.

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